Day 4 prelims at the 2017 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee bring competition in the 200 fly, 100 back, 100 breast, and women’s platform diving.
Kentucky’s Danielle Galyer swam to victory in the 500 free, posting a 4:58.55 to out-touch teammate Kendal Casey (4:58.63). She also won the 100 fly in 55.96.
Trevor Carroll threw down a winning triple for the Cardinals, starting with the 200 free, which he won in a quick 1:36.67.
Based on day 1 results, the Kentucky men and women came away with 2 team victories each, while the Virginia Tech men and women brought home wins over Georgia Tech.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.
Manuel, the 2016 Olympic champ in the 100 meter free, popped a 47.37 to take the win, while Neal followed in 47.70.
Winter Nationals qualifier Andrew Huenniger, from Georgia, have given his verbal commitment to the Kentucky Wildcats for the 2017-2018 season.
The Indiana Hoosiers continue to look sharp, this time knocking off SEC teams Kentucky and Tennessee. Kentucky and Tennessee split.
The Kentucky Wildcats find success against in their second consecutive road meet after yesterday’s loss to the Auburn Tigers.
On the men’s side, SEC champ Joe Patching won all 3 of his individual events for the second meet in a row.
After an eventful first few days of competition it’s finally time to see Michael Phelps return to Olympic trials action.
By our analysis, Michigan’s Ian Rainey is the first alternate for the 2016 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Championships.
Look here for race videos from this weekend’s dual between in-state rivals Louisville and Kentucky.
There was competitive swimming across the board on Day 1
Michael Chadwick was the star of the meet, winning four individual events over the course of the two day meet.